Ashkelon, Israel (January 12, 2022) — The Israel Lacrosse Association has named Brad MacArthur and Max Silberlicht as Head Coach and Assistant Coach, respectively, for the blue-and-white’s entry in The World Games 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama. MacArthur has been the driving force behind the success of Israel’s national box lacrosse program, culminating in a Gold […]
We’ve been debating the talent and impact of a lot of lacrosse players this summer with mock drafts, All-Pro teams, and coverage of both pro leagues. Let’s keep thinking forward here. Between the The World Games 2020, and the 2023 World Lacrosse Championship, we’ve got multiple opportunities coming up for the boys in Red, White […]
The Iroquois Nationals learned of their exclusion from The World Games 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama, in the fall. One of the countries that was invited noticed the Iroquois Nationals weren’t on the list of competitors and were confused. It reached out to the Haudenosaunee, inadvertently breaking the news to the odd-nation-out, said Executive Director Leo […]
OTTAWA, ON – No country has benefited more than Canada from the gift of lacrosse that has been bestowed upon the global sporting community from the Haudenosaunee people. As such, the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) and Team Canada stands unequivocally in support of the Haudenosaunee’s inclusion in the upcoming 2022 World Games in Birmingham, USA […]
Editor’s Note: As part of our mission to Grow The Game we have opened our platform to all athletes seeking an amplified voice. MLL and NLL star Randy Staats is most importantly a Haudenosaunee man and Iroquois Nationals lacrosse player. As a part of our open platform, we are giving Randy the opportunity to share […]
The first lacrosse match at The World Games pinned the newcomer host nation, Poland, against World Champion Team USA.
At The World Games in Wroclaw, Poland, I talked with FIL VP and US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen about Olympic lacrosse.
Turns out, the American women are enjoying Polish doughnuts and many more changes at The World Games.